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Maxine Kilgore: 2020-12-07 21:40:58 Maxine Kilgore (13) interviews Susan Hetler (her grandmother) about important life lessons and memorable experiences. Susan Hetler shares her experiences at art school, her midwifery knowledge, and shares some very important pieces of advice.
Angel is 19 and has been through a lot during her child hood
I forgot to mention the movies I did I loved it about 20 movies and commercials and meet everyone in the business
Jim tells the story of his own coming out process and how he has helped shape/guide the Dayton LGBTQ community through important pivotal periods and events since the 1980s, including a protest that led to the ouster of the editor...
Mr. Lennon and Cameron talk about life in the Great Depression and his time in WW2, and Japan. They also talked about his jobs on a farm, Oldsmobile, and war plants. They talked about his memories and his childhood.
Barbara Dunn (84) talks with her great grandson, Jayce Landers (16) about her different aspects and memories from her life.
I talked with my grandfather about his life and then I told him how he changed my life.
Angela Phinney is 61 year old woman you lives in Hyde Park Massachusetts. Throughout her life she has dedicated her career to social justice work and community service. She was born in Cincinnati Ohio and moved to Alabama. There, she...
Karen Demski (39) interviews her mother Mary Demski (70) on her relationship with her parents, meeting her husband, and moving to Florida.
Daughter-in-law interviews her mother-in-law about a difficult transition.
With admiration for the resilience of Latvians, Irene Ortiz recounts her own Latvian-American path.
We talked about what he did when he grew up. What sports he played, and what he did as a doctor.
My father and I discussed his journey to America and relationship with me.
Stephen (41) talks to his husband Joshua (33) about being deployed to Iraq and having to keep their relationship secret and about coming out to the public when he asked a DADT-related question during a GOP primary debate in 2011.
In this interview, my dad answers the question reguarding his gratitude and his life experiences.